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by: Davis, Andrew Jackson
ISBN 0-7873-0254-6
ISBN 0-7873-049-X
ISBN 0-7873-0243-0
ISBN 0-7873-0245-7
ISBN 0-7873-0251-1
format: Paperback
pages: 1996

VOL #5 - DS 2-517
VOL #4 - DS 3-615
VOL #2 - DS 3-620

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Great Harmonia, Vol 1, The Physician Great Harmonia, Vol. 2, The Teacher Great Harmonia, Vol. 3, The Seer Great Harmonia, Vol. 4, The Reformer Great Harmonia, Vol. 5, The Thinker 1851 The Physician states: "For we have discovered that the USE OF NATURE is to individualize MAN and that the use of the physical man is to INDIVIDUALIZE THE SPIRIT." It reveals how the living spirit is individualized at birth - how that individualized spark of the divine spirit subsists in and controls the soul or immortal spirit body of ultra refined substance or matter, which grows with and interpenetrates every cell of the physical body and even reveals how the individualized spirit, with its soul body is born into a higher realm! 1858 The Teacher. Reader, by the senses, your spirit perceives the characters hereon impressed, and thereby forms an acquaintance with mine for by these characters my spirit expresses its inner thoughts, which thus come in contact with your spiritual perception. The present volume is entitled the “Teacher,” on the ground that most of its contents refer especially to the common themes and interests of every-day life. 1852 The Seer. The Great Harmonia Concerning the Seven Mental States. "Spontaneous and profound questions are living representatives of Internal Desires; but to obtain and enjoy those pure and beautiful responses, which are intrinsically elevating and eternal, the Inquirer should consult not superficial and popular Authorities, but the everlasting and unchangeable teachings of Nature, Reason, and Intuition." 1864 The Reformer “Physiological vices and virtues is in reference to those uses of the conjugal principle, which either demolish or upbuild man’s moral and physical nature.” It is believed that while the first portion of this volume will tend to save many of both sexes from destruction, the concluding lectures will do much toward giving right views of marriage and parentage; thus, the entire work will act powerfully in the direction of mankind’s regeneration and happiness. 1861 The Thinker. This volume is sent forth as others in the series have been with a hope on the part of its author that “good to some and harm to none” will result from its perusal. A belief that Nature utters here and there throughout its pages the everlasting words of Truth. At the same time, there are circumstances connected with its production of which the world should become cognizant, because they reveal certain occult phases of mind—phases which afford prophetic gleams of a more natural, harmonious, and perfect development of the mental and spiritual nature in man.

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